Programming Languages discusses a few of the programming languages used at Hewlett Packard

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Programming Languages

There are many, many programming languages utilized throughout Hewlett Packard, but there are a handful of 'key' programming languages that are used as a default unless technology and business needs point to another, more specific, solution. This paper discusses (a) a few of the programming languages used at Hewlett Packard, (b) the reasoning behind the selection of a programming language at our company, and (c) the add-ons we develop in-house to these standard, off-the-shelf programming languages.

Visual Studio.NET

Hewlett Packard utilizes Visual Studio.NET to do a greater part of developing and programming for both in-house and external applications and web pages. C# (also known as C sharp), C++, and J# (also known as J sharp, or, more commonly, Java) are all utilized as implements in Hewlett Packard's toolkit to develop robust, performance-driven interfaces and processes.

A wealth of information can retrieved regarding Visual Basic. NET components; I have included a table to provide a brief overview of the parts that make up the overall package Microsoft has put together (excerpted from

Product/Feature Enterprise Architect Enterprise Developer Professional

Visual Basic .NET

Visual Basic .NET enables full object-oriented programming with implementation inheritance, structured exception handling, and free-threading.

Visual C# .NET

Visual C# .NET 2003 is the modern, innovative programming language and tool for building .NET-connected software for Microsoft Windows, the Web, and a wide range of devices. With syntax that resembles C++, a flexible integrated development environment (IDE), and the capability to build solutions across a variety of platforms and devices, Visual C# .NET 2003 significantly eases the development of .NET-connected software.

Visual C++ .NET

Visual C++ .NET enables developers to build managed and unmanaged applications, using the .NET Framework, Active Template Library (ATL) Server, and Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC). Visual C++ conforms to the standards...